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Week 3 Scoreboard Big Red wins in OT, Cougars cruise

by Alexandra Reich
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Week 3 is in guides.

Richland County had a suitable week, going a consolidated 5-4. Allow’s check out what those scores were as well as some statistics from the video games we couldn’t get to Friday with the Week 3 scoreboard.

Crestview 37, Highland 17

The Cougars got a convincing sway Highland in nonconference action.

Hayden Kuhn was 6-for-11 passing for 88 backyards as well as a touchdown, while Adison Reymer competed 148 lawns and also 4 goals on 24 lugs. Owen Barker was the leading receiver with two catches for 48 lawns and also a TD.

Devin Holloway got the scoring begun with a 36-yard basket early in the very first quarter prior to Kuhn hit Barker for a 9-yard TD pass to make it 10-0 very early in the second. Reymer scored back-to-back TDs of 10 and also 5 backyards to press the lead out to 24-0. He scored again from 22 as well as 31 yards to cap off a hectic evening.

The Cougars (3-0) accumulated 267 backyards of complete offense, with 179 of those coming on the ground. They organize Western Get in Week 4 to kick off Firelands Conference play.

Plymouth 50, Wellington 42 OT

The Big Red won a wild one in Week 3, covering nonconference opponent Wellington.

Shae Sparks’s 7-yard touchdown run in overtime as well as two-point conversion score secured the offer for the Big Red. He had three hurrying goals as well as an obtaining score while competing 130 yards on 19 carries. The Big Red accumulated 315 lawns on 39 brings while tossing for 101 backyards, giving them a total of 416 lawns for the video game. Trace McVey completed 3 of 10 masquerade 65 backyards as well as ran for 85 lawns on seven carries. Layne Bushy included 46 backyards on 7 brings and also Colton Sparks had 47 yards on three reaches assist the Big Red conquer 20 fourth-quarter points by Wellington to endure in overtime.

Plymouth (2-1) hosts Monroeville in Week 4.

Massillon 33, Mansfield Senior 0

Ontario 38, Madison 7

Clear Fork 38, Lexington 7

Lucas 42, Wynford 14

Bellevue 24, Shelby 9

Wooster 21, New Philly 0

Lowellville 49, South Central 7

Ashland 34, Buckeye Valley 16

Colonel Crawford 37, East Knox 7

Delaware Hayes 45, Mount Vernon 10

West Holmes 56, Licking Valley 14

Buckeye Central 42, Ridgemont 18

Northmor 27, Bucyrus 7

Galion 28, Upper Sandusky 7

Carey 42, Toledo Waite 6

Whitehall-Yearling 20, Pleasant 13

Tiffin Columbian 64, River Valley 28

Elgin 42, Mount Gilead 6

Newark 28, Marion Haring 21

Fredericktown 39, Utica 13

Olmstead Falls 49, Norwalk 6

Fremont Ross 42, Sandusky 21

Norwayne 23, Clyde 13

Perkins 49, Port Clinton 0

Huron 55, Geona 49

Smithville 20, Clearview 12

Edison 28, Western Get 7

Triway 43, Waynedale 0

Oak Harbor 41, Rossford 34

Margaretta 28, Monroeville 21

Woodmore 7, Fremont St. Joseph 0 OT

St. Paul 33, Calvert 6

Louisville 16, Northwest 6

Woodridge 20, CVCA 15

Gibsonburg 26, Mohawk 22

Hopewell-Loudon 34, Fostoria 12

Cardington 49, Crestline 0

Centerburg 34, Worthington Christian 28

North Union 28, Danville 0

Loudonville 14, Hillsdale 0

Chippewa 40, Crestwood 7

Garaway 35, Dalton 0

Willard 35, Seneca East 24

Firelands 42, Vermilion 12

Tuslaw 38, Tusky Valley 20

Olentangy 35, Lancaster 20

Bloom-Carroll 35, Jonathan Alder 0

Fairfield Union 34, Lakewood 19

Eastern 21, FCA 20

Nelsonville-York 48, Freedom Union 7

St. Charles 35, Amanda-Clearcreek 0

Berne Union 40, Rosecrans 15

Notre Dame 55, Fisher Catholic 0

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“Greetings, my name is Alexandra R. Reich. I am a reporter at the Plymouth Daily News and work as a reporter for WKRN. I am passionate about journalism and telling stories that matter. I believe journalism is a powerful tool for change, and I am committed to using my skills and platform to make a difference in the world. 

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“Greetings, my name is Alexandra R. Reich. I am a reporter at the Plymouth Daily News and work as a reporter for WKRN. I am passionate about journalism and telling stories that matter. I believe journalism is a powerful tool for change, and I am committed to using my skills and platform to make a difference in the world. 

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